Caribbean Cruise Update
The following Ports of Call have sustained major damage from Hurricane Irma and will not host cruise ships until further notice:
British Virgin Island
Turks and Caicos
US Virgin Islands (St Thomas)
These Ports sustained some damage but are currently open to cruise ship traffic:
Cruise lines reserve the right to substitute ports of call due to the closures but will attempt to make each cruise equal or of greater value than the originally scheduled itinerary.
9 nights sailing from Baltimore Nov 30 on
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Prices are in US dollars, per person, based on double occupancy. Prices are subject to change without notice by cruise lines until a deposit has been made, and must be reconfirmed at time of booking. Prices include port charges but do not include airfare or (where applicable) airport or government taxes or fees.
|Thursday, Nov 30||Baltimore, MD||4:00pm|
|Friday, Dec 1||At Sea|
|Saturday, Dec 2||Charleston, SC||7:00am||4:00pm|
|Sunday, Dec 3||Port Canaveral, FL||10:30am||9:00pm|
|Monday, Dec 4||Freeport, Bahamas||10:30am||8:00pm|
|Tuesday, Dec 5||Nassau, Bahamas||10:00am||11:59pm|
|Wednesday, Dec 6||CocoCay, Bahamas||8:00am||5:00pm|
|Thursday, Dec 7||At Sea|
|Friday, Dec 8||At Sea|
|Saturday,Dec 9||Baltimore, MD||7:00am|
Additional Grandeur of the Seas sailing dates with this itinerary (Freeport, Bahamas may be substituted)
Jan 2, 11
Feb 1, 22
Apr 5, 26
Nov 1, 22 2018
Dec 13 2018
Jan 3, 24 2019
Feb 14 2019
Mar 7, 28 2019
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PORTS OF CALL
For things to do and see in Charleston, CLICK HERE
Charleston is one of South Carolina's most picturesque cities, with beautifully preserved architecture and an aristocratic yet gracious atmosphere. Wooden shutters and ironwork balconies embellish the tall, narrow houses, and hidden gardens hold fragrant magnolia trees. You can tour the historic quarters on a walking tour or carriage ride. Boone Hall Plantation re-creates antebellum grandeur, and Middleton Place recalls life on an 18th-century plantation. Civil War buffs can tour Fort Sumter, where local troops opened fire on April 12, 1861, and set off the War Between the States.
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CLICK HERE for things to do and see in Nassau
This capital city is a constant reminder of British influence in the Bahamas. Shoppers will want to hit the famous straw market, while those looking for some relaxation will find their place on the white-sand beaches of Paradise Island. Snorkeling and diving excursions and outings to Crystal Cay and Blue Lagoon Island also are popular. Ships dock just steps from downtown, making it easy to explore on foot.
Language: English Currency: Bahamian dollar (BSD), US dollar (US$)
Coco Cay, Bahamas
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The secluded island of CocoCay (also known as Little Stirrup Cay) is located between the ports of Freeport and Nassau. One of the most popular activities is the parasailing adventure, where you get a view of the island’s spectacular scenery from 400 feet up. Other activities include a wave runner ride down the coast, a visit to Caylanas Aqua Park and an island-style seaside barbecue. Beautiful coral reefs surround the island and make for great snorkeling.
Language: English Currency: Bahamian dollar (BSD)
CLICK HERE for things to do and see in Port Canaveral
Port Canaveral, FL is about an hour's drive east of Orlando, two hours from Tampa and two and a half hours from Jacksonville. Tallahassee is just under five hours to the north. Port Canaveral is the closest city to Disney World and the other theme parks in Orlando, and is next to Cape Canaveral Kennedy Space Center. A wide variety of activities are available near the port, including several miles of beaches and parks, boating, fishing, shopping and several restaurants.
CLICK HERE for things to do and see in Miami
Miami, FL, is home to a diverse array of cultures and activities. Coral Gables, with its tree-lined avenues and gracefully winding roadways, is the city's artsy area. Ocean Drive is Miami Beach's prime "see-and-be-seen" locale, where beachgoers frolic against the backdrop of colorful art deco buildings. Nightlife in Miami is among the liveliest in the world, with concentrations of discos and bars in South Beach and Coconut Grove. Festivals and food from around the world help give Miami its multicultural flair.
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CLICK HERE for things to do and see before or after your cruise from Baltimore.
Cruises from Baltimore depart year-round.
Baltimore is centrally located on the U.S. East Coast, within a four-hour drive or less of major cities such as New York, NY; Harrisburg and Philadelphia, PA; Richmond, VA; Trenton, NJ; and Washington, DC. Baltimore also is connected by rail to cities along the Northeast Corridor.
Driving Directions and Parking Information
Cruise Maryland Terminal at the Port of Baltimore
2001 E. McComas Street
Baltimore, MD 21230
The Cruise Maryland Terminal at the Port of Baltimore is approximately 30 minutes from Baltimore-Washington International Airport (BWI) and curbside taxi service at the airport can take you to and from the port. Parking is $15.00 per day (rates are subject to change by the MD Port Administration).
Traveling From the South - Follow I-95 North to Exit 55, Key Highway. From the ramp, stay straight on East McComas Street. The South Locust Point Cruise Terminal’s entrance is on the right.
Traveling From the North - Follow I-95 South through the Ft. McHenry Tunnel, and be sure to be in the right lane when going through the tunnel. Take Exit 55, Key Highway. Turn left at the traffic light onto East McComas Street. Follow the signs to the South Locust Point Cruise Terminal’s entrance on the right.
Royal Caribbean's Grandeur of the Seas
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The Grandeur of the Seas lives up to her name with a multitude of dining and entertainment options. The multilevel Centrum, which serves as the hub of this ship, is an airy, light-filled atrium with gliding glass elevators, palm trees, panoramic windows and gleaming brass; it’s the perfect spot to catch up with friends, do a little shopping or just watch the day go by. From here, the ship is your playground offering activities galore. Try your luck at the casino, take a jog around the track or spend a few pampering hours in the full-service spa. A nice variety of themed bars and lounges are popular with guests in the evening. Gather for a pre-dinner cocktail in the convivial Schooner Bar, toast to a special occasion in the Champagne Bar or enjoy the spectacular views of the newly remodeled Viking Crown Lounge; floating 11 decks above the sea, it’s an observation point by day and a pulsating dance club at night. Additional ship highlights include a solarium with indoor/outdoor pool and sliding roof, a showroom and rock-climbing wall. Kids will enjoy the Adventure Ocean youth facilities, which provide round-the-clock entertainment and fun for kids ages 3 to 17 and private lounge areas for teens. Staterooms are well-appointed and feature private bath, vanity area and sofa. The recent refurbishment added new dining venues, and all furniture, carpet and upholstery has been refreshed.
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